A checklist for Fall 2021 start

BCIT mask and PPE on campus

As you have likely heard, BCIT is working to implement vaccine-related protocols including mandatory confidential vaccine reporting for those immunized, and mandatory regular rapid testing for those who choose not to share their vaccination status or to not be vaccinated. In concert with the post-secondary sector, we hope to share these practices as soon as … Read more

Community update from President Kathy Kinloch – Sept 2

In this video update, President Kathy Kinloch welcomes BCIT faculty, staff, and students to the Fall term and provides an update on safety measures in place at our BCIT Campuses, such as the mandatory mask requirement in all indoor public spaces on campus and vaccine protocols coming to BCIT. Welcome to the start of a new … Read more

Update – mask requirements on campus

mask requirements

*The last update on this article was on October 8, 2021. Read the Ministry PHO mask guidance for BC post-secondary article for the most up to date information on mask requirements. Following today’s announcement from the Provincial Health Officer, I would like to provide an update on the mask requirements on all BCIT campuses. Masks … Read more

Microcredentials are an agile, stackable upskilling offering at BCIT

BCIT introduces microcredentials

As industries grow and adapt to both technological and social transformations in Canadian society, polytechnics work to ensure their program offerings keep pace with a dynamic labour market. One way they do this is by involving industry experts in curriculum design, ensuring programs meet the needs of an evolving workforce.  With increasing demand for mid-career … Read more

BC requests proof of vaccination – Effective Sept 13

Drive through vaccination

Today, the Government of British Columbia announced that proof of vaccination will be required in British Columbia for people attending certain non-essential social and recreational gatherings and events. The new order will come into effect September 13, 2021 and serves as an effort to continue increasing the vaccination rate across the province and to provide confidence … Read more

Advance your career with these leadership programs

Advance your career with these leadership programs

What do the world’s greatest leaders have in common? Not as much as you might think. That’s because there are as many different leadership styles as there are individuals, and every industry and business needs decision makers who can see the big picture, motivate people, and inspire change. Maybe you’re already working and you want … Read more

What you need to know about starting a business

BCIT shares advice for starting a business in a post-pandemic world

As Corporate Training Lead at BCIT, and Program Head for the Advanced Diploma in Business Management, it’s Amy Fell’s job to help new and aspiring business leaders succeed in the marketplace. But within the last year, that marketplace has transformed significantly—and perhaps permanently.  It’s why uncertainty is the first word that comes to mind when … Read more

All about Part-time Studies: What they are, how they work, and who they’re for

BCIT Part-time Studies

Enrolling in a post-secondary education program may feel like a large, daunting commitment, but it doesn’t have to be. BCIT Part-time Studies offers a great way to gain the credentials you need to embark on your next great career journey—one that gets you excited and inspired. There’s no standard model for what these courses look … Read more

BCIT Summer 2021 Convocation Ceremony celebrates graduates

BCIT Summer Convocation 2021

A big congratulations to the BCIT Graduating Class of Summer 2021! On July 28, the Summer 2021 Convocation Ceremony took place which celebrated over 3,000 BCIT graduates, and was hosted by Kevin Lim, BCIT alumnus and Morning Host on 104.9 KiSS RADiO. BCIT graduates took part in the virtual ceremony, along with their families, friends, … Read more